On behalf of my friends, I am looking for an experienced lawyer who had successfully sued real estate agents base on equity law before, because of the agent's misleading or misconduct. My friends, they had been misled by an agent to sign a property purchase agreement after the pass-in of an auction. After they read the signed agreement, they realized they do not have "3-days cooling off period", they have been misled and wanted to cancel the agreement. They did not pay any deposit and sent notice of cancellation to the agent the second da, but the agent refused to cancel the agreement. They did not settle the property. The agent re-sold the property at lower price after the settlement data. Now the vendor sued my friends and asking them to pay a big sum of money which is the difference of 2 sold prices plus other costs. Now they need to sue the agent and ask the agent to pay whatever the vendor asked and to prove the agreement they had was invalid because they believe they have been misled by the agent's deceptive conducted. They did not buy, was not provided section 32 before auction, and wasn't given enough time to read the agreement before they signing. The agent misled they to believe they would have "3 days cooling off period". English is not their first language and they were not familiar with Australian auction, etc. They can provide more details to the lawyer late on. It would be much appreciated.